The anniversary treatment is just an appearance package for the GT-R. The exterior gets a two-tone treatment with a bold over-the-top stripe designed to pay homage to classic GT-R racing liveries. Three color combinations are available, including white with red stripes, silver with white stripes, and perhaps the coolest news for GT-R fans – the return of Bayside Blue. That bright shade of blue became nearly as iconic as the R34 Skyline GT-R on which it was last seen, and for the 50th Anniversary Edition, it will be paired with a white stripe. Blue accents on the wheel spokes also help set the model apart, and for those who know nothing about the GT-R, 50th Anniversary script and badging will adorn the exterior as well. Inside, the special model gets a gray color scheme with a unique steering wheel, shift knob, embossed seats, and Alcantara for the headliner and sun visors.
The GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition might be an appearance package, but Nissan does have some minor performance updates for the full 2020 GT-R line.
Horsepower holds steady at 565 for standard models, and 600 in the Track Edition and GT-R Nismo, but the 3.8-liter V6 gains new turbochargers for better low-end response and a five percent increase in engine efficiency. The car’s track-focused R mode is also retuned to provide more aggressive downshifts, and the suspension is tweaked for better stability in the corners as well as a better overall ride. Lastly, a new titanium muffler with burnished blue exhaust tips directs noise at the back.
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